A garment should fit so well, you can hardly discern it from your body. But achieving that three-dimensionality is impossible if a garment is made with two-dimensional fabric panels. It’s time we think past cut-and-sew to the future of clothing – a perfect union of body and garment.
Better fit through 3D modeling.
Constructing the garment around a model in computer-aided design (CAD) means it’s an exact replica of the human shape, with articulation at the shoulder and elbow joints.
Smarter details through seamless construction.
We program every detail – from ventilation patterns to how and where the lapel folds – into a digitized model, hit print, and out comes the jacket as one ready-to-wear piece.
More sustainability through less waste.
The excesses of cut-and-sew construction (like piles of fabric scraps) are eliminated, thanks to 3D printing's hyper-precise, from-scratch development.